Not all human erections are the same, of course. They are bigger, they are smaller, or they are even “more”, and each of them can bring basic information that until now science has ignored. A new study aimed to highlight the voracious appetites.
As they say, the results of the published work can help make surgical decisions. As explained by urologist Manuel Alonso-Isa, from HM Puerta del Sur Hospital of the University of Madrid:
Whether the patient is “Groer” or “Rain”, it is important to be able to predict, as when we see, they are usually in a flaccid state. If they have a very large penis when they get an erection, it may mean they need a different surgical approach compared to someone who doesn’t have a large penis.
The study started from a clear preconceptual idea: there are groups of “rains” who are supposed to have a large penis in a flaccid state, and it can be doubled in an erect state, while the group of “Grows” is that a small cell is taken in a flaccid state, although erect and somewhat (not as much as the first ). And so, the work also included the “gray zone” (as they called it) where there is neither one nor the other, the middle.
Bottom line: You’re investigating whether a man’s penis can even have something like a fingerprint on it. To this end, up to 225 mandibles have been recorded and analyzed in their flaccid and erect state, including in patients present.
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Researchers say a previous study from 2018 found that the average growth of a member, from its flaccid to erect state, was about 4 centimeters. Hence the answer here too is that many can do it, the subject whose erection “rises” above those 4 centimeters was considered “green”.
In the new work, the “grower” group was defined as someone whose breasts grew more than 56 percent from flaccid to erect, while “rain” men grew less than 31 percent. In the figures of the analyzed members, 24% are classified as “grotters”, 25 as “rainbows”, and the remaining 51% are placed somewhere else. Some of the findings were presented a few days ago at the meeting of the European Association of Urology.
More data can be found in the study. The spreading ball tended to have longer flaccid chins, an average of 4.5 inches to a higher average of 3.5 inches. In the study, they found that the so-called tunica albuginea, the fibrous tissue surrounding the spongy tissue that contains the blood vessels during erection, was much thinner.
As Alonso-Isa explains:
This makes sense as the device goes further. It is therefore possible that this tissue has more elastic fibers in people who are more than in those who are rainy. However, more research is needed to test this hypothesis.
As we said at the beginning, the researchers believe that their study can help to make important surgical decisions in the future. That said, he hasn’t found paper size to be a factor in any dysfunction, so for now at least, whether it’s raining or you’re a farmer, you don’t have to worry.